Monthly Archives: July 2018

This Moment

At any given time, we’re the sum of all our experiences which lead up to this moment. I look back at the time when I was dangling over the edge of a cliff in the Welsh countryside, then later to … Continue reading

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NES Remix

If you’ve ever played a WarioWare game before (and if you haven’t, you should give the series a try, it’s great!) then you’ll be familiar with 9-Volt’s collection of ‘microgames.’ For those not in the know, they are moments from … Continue reading

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Starting Your Career With a Terrible Job

The idea of starting your career off with a terrible job might not sound very appealing, but actually I think it has some benefits. Let me be clear, though, that I am not talking about a job that’s low on … Continue reading

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The Desire to Rewrite

When I started this blog, I was an A Level student. Between now and then I have successfully completed a Creative Writing degree at Bath Spa University and have started out a career in copywriting. That’s a lot of new … Continue reading

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The Stranger by Portia Da Costa

Unlike, say, Pride and Prejudice or To Kill a Mockingbird, The Stranger is not a title which will instantly stand out as a well known book. So what exactly is it? Well, it’s an obscure piece of erotica from several … Continue reading

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When We First Met…

You recognised The Waltons from my t-shirt and I knew we had to eventually become best friends. I was right. You were a friend of a friend and I thought you were really cool. I wanted us to be friends … Continue reading

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